ECCIIiESIASTinAT. S T. MART'S CATHEDRAL _ r A nvrr r ' VII. TRINITY. ARNELL - : 8 a-m.—Holy Communion. II S:S:=^nd°Sermon. Sor n D°ed^ Ckland ' " T ° Hu » *«>&& 2.15 p.m.—Girls' Confirmation Class 4 p.m.—Holy Baptism. 7 p.m.—Evensong and Sermon, the v P rv T> n . Dean of Auckland, "What can the ChnSt * ?? 1 Saturday, 7 p.m.. Boys' ConflmaMmcS d ° ? ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH, 8 a.m.: Holy Communion. 11 a.m.: sunc tww I snd Sermon. Preacher: Canon Georgf coat?n p.m.: Evensong Anthem and Sermon pS 7 i Canon George Coats. 3 p.m.: Confirm ■ i 4.15 p.m.: Holy Baptism. 12.30 to Class ' Daily War Intercessions. A cup of tea an'rim,?'?"•; items will be provided after Evensong SIL u ! ,cal : day in the Parish Hall. Vicar: Canon ' ST s\ 11 a.m.—Sung Euoharlst. 7 p.m.—Evensong. Wednesday, 1.30 p.m.—Confirmation Service Remember the of Prayer" from j"™ Vicar: REV, s. B. R. CORBTM AIX SAINTS' CHURCH, PONSONBY. 7TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY 8 a-m.—Holy Communion. 9.45 ajn.—Crusaders and Sunday Schools ' 11 a.m.—Sung iucharlst (Rev. E. Chitty) 7 p.m.—Evensong. Rev. L. p. R , Beere ' v ,^ r the CHURCH of the epiphany 8.30 a.m.—Holy Communion 11 a vfcw Hol7 Communloa and Teaching. The 7 p.m.—Evensong and Address- thf nmr ERNEST CHITTY. REV. THE CHURCH OF ST. GEORGE, KINGSLAND. 7.30 a.m.—Holy Communion, n a^m.—Matins and Address. 7 ajn.—Evensong and Address. CHURCH OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE. khyber pass, SEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 8 ajn.—Holy Communion. 10 a.m.—Children's Church. 11 a.m.—Sung Eucharist. 7 p.m.—Evensong and Sermon. REV. FRANC. I. PARSONS (Vicar). BERESFORD ST. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. (Opposite Central Plre Station.) Minister: REV. CLIFFORD L. WELCH, Dip.Soe.Sc. 11 a.m.—Churclj Parade of Girls' Life Brigade and Cadets, Boys' Brigade and Life Beys. Action Series No. 3, "Not Extinction —but Extension." 7 p.m.—"Has Prophecy a Message lor To-day?" 6 p.m.—Cook Islanders' Service. Retiring Collections for the Benevolent Fund. "TUESDAY, 2 p.m.—L.M.6. Triple Jubilee Celebration, 1795-1945. An "At Home" in Che Church Hall. Speaker: Miss Hilda Small, on the subject: "The Place of Women in Missionary Work." MT, EDEN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, CORNER ESPLANADE AND VIEW ROADS Minister: REV. W. M. ISITT. B.A. (Cantab.). 11 a.m.—PASTOR LES. ALLEN, of Mt. Roskill. Anthem: "Salvation To Our God." 7 p.m.—REV*. W. M. ISITT. TUESDAY, 7.45 p.m. (In Manse) —Bible Study. THE METHODIST CHURCH OF N.Z. AUCKLAND CENTRAL CIRCUIT. Pitt Street. Pitt Street. 10.30 a.m.—Prayer Meeting. 11 a.m.—REV. E. T. OLDS, "The Christian Faith— What Do YOU Think?" Hymn Study by Choir. •J. 30 p.m.—Sunday School and Bible Classes. G. 30 p.m.—Song Servict. 7 p.m.—REV. E. T. OLDS. Subject: "A Vain Hope." Anthem: "Lead Kindly Ligtit." Duet: Messrs. A. Blakeley and T. H. Ellison. ALL WELCOME! KINGSLAND —11 a.m.: Mr. E. Sussex. 7 p.m.: Rev. F. H. Parker. EDEN TERRACE—II a.m.: Rev. V. R. Jamieson, M.B.E. 7 p.m.: Mr. T. Moor. DOMINION ROAD—II a.m.: Rev. F. H. Parker. 7 p.m.: Rev. V. B. Jamieson. M.B.E. Subject: "My Lord and My God." JtOSKILL—II a.m.: Rev. G. V. Thomas. 7 p.m.: Rev. G. P. Hunt. _ „ . „ SANDRINGHAM—II a.m.: Rev. R. J. . Liddell. 7 p.m.: Rev. G. V. Thomas. METHODIST CHURCH OF NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND EAST CIRCUIT. COLLEGIATE CHURCH—II a.m., Student D. Haylock; 7 p.m., Rev. E. W. Hames, M.A. EPSOM, —11 a.m.. Rev. H. L. Fiebig, 8.A.; subject. "Life—a Stewardship"; 7 p.m., • Rev. Wesley Parker, M.A. JMT. EDEN —11 a.m.. Rev. E. B. Chambers; 7 p.m.. Rev. -J. J. Lewis, M.A., B.D. NEWMARKET—II a.m., Mr. J. Scriven. PARNELL —11 a.m., Mr. H. P. Mourant; 4 p.m., Rev. H. L. Fiebig. B.A. AUCKLAND WEST METHODIST CIRCUIT. ET. JOHN'S, PONSONBY—II and 7: Rev. H. J. Odell. 7: Rev. H. C. Matthews. B.A. Soloist: Miss B. Brooke. „ _. , F.ICHMOND AV.—ll and 7: Rev. B. H. Riseley. GREAT NORTH ROAD—II: Mr. J. Walker. 23AYFIELD —11: Rev. H. C. Matthews, B.A. 3: Public Meeting. ' , , : ■TRANSIT CAMP —7: Student Shepherd. AVONDALE METHODIST "CIRCUIT. MOUNT ALBERT MOUNT ALBERT II a.m. —Rev. H. Moore. Anthem. 6.30 p.m.—Song Service. , , . . , 7 p.m.—Rev. Walter Parker. "The Judgment of God and Those Who Never Had a Decent Chance." Anthem. Hymn Study. JtVATERVIEW —li: Rev. Bycroft. 7: Mr. ThompAVONDALE —11: Mr. T. L. Hames. 7: Rev. Bycroft. JCEW LYNN—II: Rev. Duncan. CiLEN EDEN—II: Rev. Parker. 6.45: Rev. Moore. I'ENDERSON—II.IS; Mr. Prouse. 7: Rev. Jones. TE ATATU—2.4S: Mr. George. 3UASSEY—3: Rev. Moore. ©NEnUNGA METHODIST CIRCUIT. ONEHUNGA—II, Rev. H. E. Bellhouse; 7, Rev. D. Hickman. PENROSE —11, Mr. E. F. Mills; 4. Mr. W. E. RD.—ll, Rev. D. Hickman (S). V/ALMSLEY RD.—2.30, Rev. P. Hickman. METHODIST CENTRAL MISSION. Opposite Main Entrance, Town Hall. Superintendent: REV. A. EVERIL ORR. Si a.m.—Divinity Student. „ , , . 7 p.m.—REV. ARTHUR MITCHELL. Subject, l"From Shepherd Life to Royalty"—Serial. Anthem by Choir. Soloist: Mr. Arthur Andrews. MAORI MISSION—II a.m. and 7 p.m. fRANXLIN ROAD BRANCH —Mr. W. J. Collinso.i. SJEWTON EA ST M IS SI O N, DUNDONALD ST. (Top Symonds St.). 11, MR. B. GRIEVE. 7, MR. HALL. TUESDAY, 7.30. Prayer; Wednesday. 2 P.m., Mothers' Meeting; Thursday, 7.30, Bible Study End Fellowship. Welcome to all Meetings. CHURCHES OF CHRIST (Associated). Communion All Churches, 11 a.m. 8?ONSONBY RD.—ll a.m.: Worship. Mr. W. R. Craig. 7 p.m.: Gospel Service. Mr. S. Edgar. DOMINION RD. —11 a.m.: Worship. Mr. H. Yolland. 7 p.m.: Gospel Service. CNEHUNGA —11 a.m.: Worship. Mr. N. T. Hale. 7 p.m.: Gospel Service. UEVONPORT—II a.m., 7 p.m.: C. W. Maitland. HVONDALE —11 a.m., 6.30 p.m.: R. Barnard. JIT. ALBERT —11 a.m.: R. Barnard. UNITY HALL CHURCH OF CHRIST. QUEEN STREET (just above Town Hall). ) 11 a.m.— Worship. A Cordial Invitation is given to all who sincerely desire'to walk in the Old Paths. r'HRISTADELPHI A N S. FREEMASONS HALL. Upper Queen Street. 111 a.m.—Worship and Fellowship. , „ „ 7 p.m.—"The World's Best and Bravest Man. MR W. S. YEARSLE*. A Cordial Welcome to Visitors.. C H B I S T A A D s E F) t P H I A N S UNITY HALL, 323. f^dd^S 11 a.m.—Fellowship. \ AddreM. " Subject: "REAL PEACE AND SECURITY. Mr. R. A. Beaumont. Visitors welcome. No collection. .. UNITARIAN CHURCH Ponsonby Road (near Reservoir). Evening Service, 7 p.m. Organ Recital, 6.30 p.m. REV. W. JELLIE, B.A. subject: "THE GROWTH OF PITY." » &&?(&?£» -Srtßß* ss&Sr" Rev. Robert J. Strong. VISITORS WELCOMED. ORPHANS' CLOT HA D LL • e HeaJiDg Pastor: W. G. WOHLMANN. II a.m.—Communion and G^P e Lw C c rV cTa'sses. of Prophecy." ALL WELCOME. ASSEMBLIES OF GOD IS nß of Je^. C B&« ml in the Holy Ghost. Healer and Coming sing. AUCKLAND, *m SUNDAY SERVICES-11 a.m. and , 30 _ MJnlßter; TUESDAY. 7.30, and THTOSDAY. PASTOR-A. w. THOMP-ON. Services, BIRKENHEAD. Foresters Hall S A / RIDING S. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. u a . m . CLEN EDEN. DUTCH. THEOSOFHICAL S ° C F% T PUBLIC LECTURES by GEO d Mes . SUNDAY, 7 p.m.: 8 p.m.: "The Eage to Mankind." THURSL) , fe o£ Natlons ." Law of Compensation in m ~ Lectures. FREE FD^MENIAL Hall. Newton E . d sunday school and 11 a.m.: tfm Bain. 2.45 p.! m *i u brey Baker. ComBible Clares. 7 P-SUUjHrjAY NIGHT, at 7.30, in munion Service. WEDNESD Maori Missionarj No. Sa. Tab. Building. United Prayer FREE METHODIST BApTIST> In conjunction with VALLfc Roads. Corner Valley and Mount gANDERS. Preacher: J. OSWAL pM , 11 A.M. aiji-' welcome. The Church with the w ■ " cnirvns (QUAKERS), THE SOCIETY OF FRIEN lvan Avenue, Corner Mount Etlen Road , n a.m. Meeting for Worship, Sunoay.
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